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Flaming June (not) & Multi-Coloured Fungi

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There is just 1 week left for you to submit your 'June Entries' for our Tattenhall online photographic competition.

Yesterday, we posted an image of a water vole which had been captured on camera at the Tattenhall Marina.

Today, we feature 'twins' walking up the High Street in 'Flaming June' (not), together with an image of multi-coloured fungi on a tree trunk in the Jubilee Wood.

Keep your entries coming in!

The monthly prize is a £20 voucher to be spent in the Spar Store (our thanks to Thom Morton).

All winning monthly entries will then be submitted into our Christmas Draw in December when there will be lots of additional festive prizes to be won.

Rules apply — see previous 'News' stories using the toolbar above.

Good Luck to each and everyone of you!

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